Supply chain issues, emergency science, social distancing requirements, and a lot more free time offered both challenges and opportunities for research scientists.
A team of researchers in the Tickle College of Engineering are aiding current and future nuclear plants.
Faculty in the Tickle College of Engineering are establishing the Center for Composite and Hybrid Materials Interfacing.
Participants learned advanced manufacturing techniques.
The team, led by Suresh Babu, will continue research related to additive manufacturing of metals and alloys, also referred to as 3D printing.
Grant Kobes launched UT’s Vex University Robotics Team as a freshman for engineering students to gain hands-on experience with the engineering design process.
UT’s agreement with AT&T will establish a 5G+ presence on campus, including a test bed.
A doctoral student in the Tickle College of Engineering is creating a greener version of the world’s most widely used manufactured product.
A new collaborative project will focus on improving materials and manufacturing methods that could significantly advance capabilities of the US Army.
Lynne Parker and Mark Dean selected to serve on a new national task force on AI.
Matthew Mench has been selected to serve as the next dean and Wayne T. Davis Dean’s Chair of the Tickle College of Engineering. He begins July 1.
A product perfected through UT pitch competitions receives premarket FDA clearance.